The Kindle Fire is a great second tablet

My friend Jeffry sent me a Kindle Fire last week. He’s awesome! You should check out his Flex components if you’re a flex/AIR developer looking for some awesome turn key components. Ok that said, he sent me a kindle Fire.

I’ve been a Kindle owner since the K2 came out, and I paid almost $400 for it. I dropped it one morning and busted the screen, and bought a K3 for 1/3 the price of my K2, and I love it. It’s light, easy to use and great at the one thing it does, display words on a readable screen. Read More

The Wrist, Valuable Realestate

I was reading this article the other day, and it pretty much jived with my review(one and two) of the ‘iWatch’ There’s plenty of “I just use my iPhone, why would i want a watch?” people, and that’s fine, as with all things, it takes all kinds. I have a nice large watch box, full […]

Apple App store vs. Android Marketplace

by John Wilker in Google Android, iPhone, Technology

Stumbled across this blog post, talking about the first 24 hours of each app outlet. I found this chart particularly interesting. mainly the places where there’s a large difference; lifestyle for example. I’m not sure exactly what falls into that category (there’s a small break down below), but apparently the android crowd is much more […]

EffectiveUI R&D Project, Android Comic reader

by John Wilker in EffectiveUI, Google Android, Technology

I had no idea people were reading comics online! I knew Marvel had their eComic thing going on for the last year or so, but didn’t think anyone was using it. Or cared. Who knew that there was another alternative, that’s existed for who knows how long, the CBZ and the CBR. Essentially they’re zip […]